11 million trees to be planted

Water companies in England have announced ambitious plans to plant 11 million trees, part of a wider commitment to improve the natural environment, to support their goal of achieving a carbon neutral water industry...

Motors and drives help implement Totex strategies at water companies

WEG’s team of experienced professionals has developed a number of high-profile partnerships with water industry customers that have focussed on ‘Totex’ (total expenditure) management to support the UK’s AMP 7 industry framework. Totex is...

Detect chlorine gas more efficiently and safely

An omnipresent all-rounder  Its typical odour revives childhood memories of swimming floats, headers off the 10-metre dive board and water slides, but this same odour puts an employee or safety engineer in the industry on...

Pumps help biofilter during replacement

Wessex Water’s recycling centre at Tetbury, Gloucestershire, contains a biofilter treatment plant which is used to remove nitrates from sewage, to improve the quality of wastewater and minimise risk to the environment. The filters are...

SDS completes strategic acquisition of Asset International Weholite business

SDS, the market-leading water infrastructure systems provider, has announced its acquisition of Asset International Ltd, which includes the exclusive rights to manufacture Weholite large diameter plastic pipes in the UK and Ireland. International’s Newport-based manufacturing...

Sheeplands Nitrate Vessel Refurbishment

All original design and installation work was carried out by Satec as well as refurbishment. Thames Water’s Sheeplands WTW processes borehole water at an average of 7.5 MLD and a surge flow of up to...

There is no easy route to a greener future

Matthew Hanson, Head of Marketing, Adler and Allan As we strive towards a greener future, we are entering a complex period of transition which requires careful navigation. As low carbon sources aren’t yet producing enough energy consistently,...

Water innovations taking off at Bristol airfield development

Filton Airfield near Bristol has an assured place in British aviation legend. It is where the Bristol 167, the world’s first wide-body passenger aircraft, was developed – and was the home of Concorde in...

European Biosolids & Organic Resources Conference & Exhibition

19th – 20th November 2019, The Point at Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester Europe’s leading conference for the biosolids and organic resources industries returns to Manchester on 19th – 20th November. Over the two days there...

Leading water sector training provider launches new training programmes

Watertrain continues to expand on their growing success with the introduction of new specialist training for hydraulics, across both clean water and waste water networks. As the predominant provider of high-quality technical training and qualification...
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